Three men who were part of a gang moving large amounts of heroin through Peterborough have been jailed after drugs worth more than £100,000 were discovered at a flat in the town.
Joseph Fox, who led the supply chain, was sentenced to 12 years in prison for conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
His accomplice, Daniel Blades, was sentenced to 9 and a half years for the same offence, while Jason Smith was jailed for 5 years after pleading guilty to supplying drugs.
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